Another Habitat for Humanity of Williams County house is dedicated

Another Habitat for Humanity of Williams County house was dedicated on Friday. The Berkebile family, consisting of the parents Carrie and Milo along with their children, six year old Zoey and 7 year old Trent, are now the occupants of the 1,100-square-foot, three-bedroom house on North Defiance Street in Stryker. They moved from a much smaller mobile home in Bryan this weekend into the roomier house that was originally built in 2005. It came back to Habitat in 2015, according to Mary Ann Peters, executive director of Habitat for Humanity Williams County. Now it’s ready for the Berkebiles, who are ready for the larger house. The Berkebiles’ house is one of three Habitat homes in Stryker and includes an attached garage, which was added by the previous partner family and is an added bonus not typical of a Habitat for Humanity of Williams County home.

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